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Hatsan AirMax PCP Air Rifle
* Velocity and Energy results may vary due to pellet weight, pellet shape, pellet material, temperature, elevation, as well as other factors.
Built for the most shots possible, the Hatsan AirMax delivers incredible shot strings from its combined air cylinders wrapped into a rugged bullpup stock.
Ideal for small game hunting and long range target practice, the AirMax uses two cylinders; a 400cc bottle and a 90cc air tube housed below the receiver to keep the shots coming. Once these cylinders are filled, shooters can expect as many as 120 shots in .177, 95 in .22, and 85 in .25. All this airpower translates to 27, 38, and 42 ft-lbs of muzzle energy in each caliber respectively. Each rifle includes two magazines to help reduce your reload times with 10 shots in .177 and .22 and 9 in .25 caliber.
With a smooth sidelever action built into unique hardwood stock, each AirMax features an adjustable cheekpiece that can be easily set with the press of a button for a custom cheek weld. Weighing in at 10.8 lbs, the stock is weighted towards the rear and to provide a balanced and secure hold against the rubberized buttpad. On the underside of the forend is a Weaver accessory rail and two integrated sling studs for easy field carry. The rifle features Hatsan's QuietEnergy Technology diminishes its report and makes the gun quiet enough for backyard shooting. Not to be understated, the AirMax also includes Hatsan’s famed Quattro trigger, a 2-stage adjustable system that personalizes your trigger pulls.
The AirMax is Hatsan’s answer to those who want big shot strings long after other PCPs have run out of air. If you value nearly endless shots from your PCP, take home this rock solid bullpup and send shot after shot downrange.
|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|
|Scopeable||Weaver & 11mm dovetails|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||120|
|Cylinder Size||490 cc|
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Things I liked: The fit and finish on the rifle I received was excellent. At 10 meters it is very accurate. Magazine is easy to load and load into the rifle. So far it likes several different pellet types from round nose to ballistic tips.
Things I would have changed: I can't think of anything I would change
What others should know: First off this rifle is heavy when you add a scope and bipod it is pushing 12 pounds. This isn't a problem but is something you need to be aware of. Second when loading the magazine with ballistic tip pellets you should lay the magazine on a flat surface so the points do not go past the front of the magazine. I think this is a great rifle for not a lot of money
Things I liked: Its a beautiful looking gun. Love the dark wood!
Things I would have changed: The first .22 Hatsan Airmax I received got less than 30 good shots on a 200 bar fill. After 30 steadily decreasing (in velocity) shots, the airgun was down to 120 bar, and it required 180 pumps (with my Hill pump), to get it back up to 200 bar. My .22 Hatsan Bullboss does much better than this (it gets 30 consistent shots, pressure goes down to130 bar and it only requires 80 pumps to get it back up to 200 bar). I am not sure why the huge tank on the Airmax doesnt fill to 250 bar like the Hatsan Nova, then maybe it would get the 95 shots that are advertised. I returned the first gun, received a second gun a week or so later and it would not fill at all. As I pumped air into it, I could hear air rushing out of it. It had a valve that was not seated properly. PA offered to send me a third Airmax but I said no thanks, I was tired of this gun failing me.
What others should know: I was really looking forward to a bullpup that could give me 95 consistent shots but it just didnt happen with this gun. I tried with two different Airmax guns and it just didnt work out. I was extremely disappointed with this gun. PA did give me all my money back...for the gun, the scope, the case, the scope ring, etc, etc, so that was good. PA is a great company and all of my other Hatsan pcp air rifles are great, but this one was not good at all...at least to me.
Things I liked: The overall gun is nice well balanced, Shoots accurately
Things I would have changed: I have a couple of things I would deferentially change the scope rail need to be 20MOA from the start. most scopes do not have the elevation to zero at close range. Need a empty mag indicator. the shot count is stretched a bit on the advertisement 95? no more like 60
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This pellet rifle looks great. I am wondering if I can use this: https://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/AirForce_PCP_Hand_Pump_for_AirForce_Rifles_Incl_Hose_Adapter_Pumps_up_to_3600_psi/81 I want a rifle to go off grid. Thanks
Yes, you will need Air Venturi Male Quick-Disconnect, 1/8"... to allow the fill probe that comes with the gun to fit the end of the hose on the pump
Is the 90cc cylinder on this rifle removable so it can be regulated with a huma style regulator?
It doesn't appear so but anything is possible. If it is possible I'm sure you'll have to dismantle the entire gun to do so and void the warranty.
So I barely purchased this rifle. I filled up the tank to 200 bar, the max pressure. But after 7 to 9 shots the air gauge drops to 150-160 bar. Doesn't seem to be leaking air. Bad air gauge maybe?
It's possible. I'd recommend contacting Hatsan USA's technicians and see what they think
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Hatsan AirMax PCP Air Rifle with 1/8" BSPP connector (2M)
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Hatsan Air Max Air Rifle .177
Includes 2 magazine and quick-fill nozzle
|Max Velocity||1170 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||27 ft/lbs|